Wordless Saturday: Farm fresh eggs

Almost every week, we take delivery of beautiful eggs from a drive-along farmer. I love the way the feathers stick to the eggs and the sheer beauty of it all.


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  1. I will right away snatch your rss as I can’t to find your e-mail subscription link or newsletter service. Do you’ve any? Please allow me realize so that I could subscribe. Thanks.

  2. I remember when I was young and lived in Venezuela. We had the milk man who also had fresh eggs…everything was brought in fresh form the farms

  3. Wow pretty! Here in england you some times find teeny feathers on some of the eggs, they are pretty fresh, but i’ve never seen such a big pretty one like this attached.
    Hope you are having a wonderful weekend.
    *kisses* HH

  4. What a stunning photo! I shouldn’t be surprised. Your blog is full of wonders for the eye and palate. As Arnold would say, “I’ll be back.” I hope you are having a wonderful day. Blessings…Mary

  5. very nice. the local farmers market just started up this week and if we get there early enough we can pick up “farm fresh eggs” as well~ it is just a matter of getting there early because they go fast fast fast 🙂

  6. now thats an egg as it was intended to be……I do wish there were more fresh eggs around here, I remember growing up and driving to pick them up every week, sometimes we would get double yolkers….what a treat!

  7. I love farm fresh eggs. I have a farm less than 3 miles from me and I get eggs all the time! Not with so many feathers on them though – how cool.

  8. That Is amazing! totally fresh and adorable….I cannot imagine getting eggs from a drive along farmer. How lucky u are 🙂

    tq for ur sweet comment on my post. It was precious :)))

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